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Her Prairie Knight   By: (1874-1940)

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Her Prairie Knight by B. M. Bower is a captivating Western romance novel that takes readers on an exciting journey across the vast and untamed prairies. Set in the rugged landscapes of Montana, the story follows the life of Jessie McRae, a fiercely independent young woman with a thirst for adventure.

From the very first page, the author skillfully immerses readers in the beauty and harshness of the prairie, painting vivid pictures of stunning sunsets, wild horses, and endless horizons. B. M. Bower's descriptive prose effortlessly transports readers to a bygone era, making the setting feel authentic and alive.

Jessie McRae is a compelling and multi-dimensional protagonist who defies the conventions of her time. Strong-willed and determined, she faces numerous challenges as she embarks on an arduous journey across the prairie in search of her elusive dream. Her determination to make a name for herself and prove her worth in a male-dominated world resonates powerfully.

The story gains momentum when Jessie encounters the eponymous prairie knight, a rugged rancher named Columbine, who sweeps her off her feet with his charm and charisma. Their blossoming romance is beautifully portrayed, filled with sizzling chemistry and tender moments that will make readers' hearts skip a beat. Bower captures the complexities of love and longing masterfully, making the reader fully invested in the outcome of their relationship.

In addition to the captivating romance, the novel also explores themes of resilience, self-discovery, and the pursuit of one's dreams. Through Jessie's journey, readers are reminded of the importance of remaining true to oneself, even during times of adversity. The author seamlessly weaves these themes into the narrative, elevating the story beyond a simple love story.

One of the book's strongest aspects is its vivid cast of supporting characters. Each one is well-developed and contributes to the richness of the story. From the resilient ranch hands to the formidable antagonists, every character feels well-rounded and integral to the plot.

However, one aspect that some readers might find challenging is the slightly slow pacing in certain parts of the story. While the detailed descriptions of the prairie and its surroundings add depth and atmosphere, they occasionally hinder the story's progress. Despite this minor flaw, the overall plot remains engaging and compelling, ensuring that readers will eagerly turn the pages until the very end.

Her Prairie Knight by B. M. Bower is a captivating Western romance novel, filled with breathtaking descriptions, unforgettable characters, and a love story that will warm any reader's heart. With its vivid setting, strong protagonist, and timeless themes, this book is a must-read for fans of historical romance and those craving an escape into the enchanting world of the wild west.

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By B.M. Sinclair, AKA B. M. Bower


1. Stranded on the Prairie 2. Handsome Cowboy to the Rescue 3. Tilt With Sir Redmond 4. Beatrice Learns a New Language 5. The Search for Dorman 6. Mrs. Lansell's Lecture 7. Beatrice's Wild Ride 8. Dorman Plays Cupid 9. What It Meant to Keith 10. Pine Ridge Range Ablaze 11. Sir Redmond Waits His Answer 12. Held Up by Mr. Kelly 13. Keith's Masterful Wooing 14. Sir Redmond Gets His Answer


CHAPTER 1. Stranded on the Prairie.

"By George, look behind us! I fancy we are going to have a storm." Four heads turned as if governed by one brain; four pairs of eyes, of varied color and character, swept the wind blown wilderness of tender green, and gazed questioningly at the high piled thunderheads above. A small boy, with an abundance of yellow curls and white collar, almost precipitated himself into the prim lap of a lady on the rear seat.

"Auntie, will God have fireworks? Say, auntie, will He? Can I say prayers widout kneelin' down'? Uncle Redmon' crowds so. I want to pray for fireworks, auntie. Can I?"

"Do sit down, Dorman. You'll fall under the wheel, and then auntie would not have any dear little boy. Dorman, do you hear me? Redmond, do take that child down! How I wish Parks were here... Continue reading book >>

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